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again, thanks for watching us tonight. i am bill o'reilly. please always remember that the spin stops here. we're definitely looking out for you. welcome to "hannity." president obama and his liberal cohorts have been out in full force pushing the white house's official talking points on the many scandals that are swirling around the administration calling them "phony." tonight, we've taken this administration to task. by the way, mr. president, i hope you are paying attention tonight. now for starters, i'm not sure where the white house came up with the erroneous definition of the word phony. that's the absolute last phrase i would use to describe the controversies that are plaguing this presidency. and to help prove our point, we put together a video and the people are not paid actors, they're real patriotic americans who prove that there is nothing remotely phony about these scandals. watch this.
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so far for most of this year, we've seen an endless parade of distractions, phony scandals, political posturing. >> last night, border patrol agent, brian a. terry was shot and killed in the line of duty. >> my son that night. something bad happened out there that night. and i know what happened. i just got a gut feeling more than they're telling us. >> political posturing and phony scandals. >> on the other side of the u.s. mission walls in this benghazi neighborhood, the wild mob of attackers breakthrough the main gate of the mission. >> my son is dead. how could that be phony? when i was there at the ceremony of the welcoming of the caskets, both obama and hillary and biden and all of the other ones all promised me that they would get back to me to tell me what happened. >> endless parade of distractions and political posturing and phony scandals. >> i've been advised by my
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counsel to assert my constitutional right not to testify or answer questions related to the subject matter of this hearing. >> the irs saw details of communications that our legislators even in southern california, that is protected free speech. >> i'm a born free american woman. wife, mother and citizen. i'm telling my government that you've forgotten your place. >> joining me now with reaction, congressman jason chaffetz and aaron shaka with us. >> four dead americans, lies have been told. we still don't have answers. the president says it's phony. reaction? >> that is absolutely appalling. what we've been doing is speaking truth to power. we have been lied to. we have been misled and deceived by this administration. some horrific, awful, terrible things have happened where people have died. they've lost their lives. they've laid them down for this country. rather than telling the truth and coming clean and admitting
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the mistakes, all they've done is try to personally disparage the people that are trying to get at the truth, distracting people, labeling it something that it's not and that is just a lie and deception upon the american people that we should not stand for. >> do you think the president himself is responsible for the lies that have been told, the talking points that were put together? do you think he's aware all these things are lies? >> i think at some point the commander in chief has to take personal responsibility for this. it would not continue on in perpetuity for now five years without the commander in chief, the president himself offering some moral direction to what's happening. when his spokesperson, jay carney, stands before the american people and calls these phony scandals, say this happened a long time ago, what difference does it make from hillary clinton. you're talking about the senior most people in the obama administration, it's a pretty consistent drumbeat. we've been dealing with this for five years. i see no remedy coming down the
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pike. >> you've been involved, for example in benghazi and they obfuscate, they delay. they don't send the proper information. people invoke the fifth and say that's old. tactic, technique, strategy? >> it's a regular drumbeat here. again, going back to brian terry, i'm glad you put that piece together. this person laid down his life. well, the reality is, the obama administration knowingly and willingly sent 2,000 weapons, mostly ak-47s to the drug cartels. we have hundreds of dead people in mexico instead of coming clean, they refuse to give us the documents. on benghazi, there can be nothing worse than what has happened in four dead americans. it's been over 10 and a half months now. no answers, nobody has been brought to justice, nobody has been killed and you've got an administration under hillary clinton that says what difference does it make? >> we've been lied to. congressman, what's your reaction? >> let's just take the irs by itself. we were told just a few months ago by the president himself, we
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need when he did the news conference, nobody in the white house knew about it, it was a few rogue agents in ohio that were responsible for this illegal stargting of conservative conservative groups. we found that the statements by the president were false. so to your question about what's happening, either the president is lying to the american people or the people giving him information are lying to him. in either case, the president has done a poor job of holding people to account. we now know that these cases of illegal targeting by the irs were not just rogue agents in ohio but extended to offices in california, texas and all over the country. we know now that people in washington, d.c., knew about it. the irs agents in ohio are testifying that they were directed to do this illegal targeting by their supervisors in washington, d.c. so the question that begs not just members of congress but the american people is, how come the president would tell us this if
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he knows at the end of the day the facts are going to prove otherwise? in other words, we're just starting the investigation here and we're already finding out that what the president has been telling congress and what the president has been telling the american people is not the truth. >> so we have executive privilege, talking points that are false, testimony that's false, the fifth amendment is invoked. we're told rogue agents in cincinnati, none of these things are true. where do you go from here? congressman schock? >> i've been quick to remind folks back home and constituents, we don't need to jump to conclusions. we need the facts to lead us where we're going. where there's smoke there's fire. you take the case of lois lerner for example who happens to be on the paid administrative leave. dave camp, the chairman of the ways and means committee just sent a letter basically detailing lois lerner who is at irs, who is communicating with
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the federal election commission about the political activity its of different 501 c 3 organizations. completely illegal for somebody involved in tax exempt status to be communicating with the s.e.c. and so we don't have to make any of this up. in fact, you couldn't make it up if you tried. some of the questions, i mean, when we find out that the irs is asking people the content of their prayer, asking the applicants for a 501c 3 status. would you agree not to run for office in exchange for your tax exempt? you can't make that up. >> the tea party patriots created hannity for they put up these ads and trying to get the ads out. it's a testimony of people that are saying, hey, i was targeted because i'm a conservative. let me ask you both this question. there's something that the president said. he seems to say one inning and do another quite a bit. i got this quote of the president. i'll read it to you. "we're constantly reminding malia and sasha of the slightly
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unreal environment that they're in and that that's not the norm and they shouldn't expect to be the norm. malia and sasha have cousins who know what it's like to struggle and know what it's like to have to scrape by. they know that those kids are just as worthy as they are. they just haven't had as much luck." i'm thinking, wait a minute, why are liberals -- if his family is struggling and he's worth millions, why isn't he helping them? congressman chaffetz? >> the cruel part of everything that's happened here, the president has not paid attention to jobs and the economy. we're worse off for his excessive spending. they went out and spent over $800 billion on this stimulus. we look back now, what did we get for it? we're mired in scandal, we have more than 100,000 -- sean, there are more than 100,000 additional federal workers on the federal payroll since president obama took office.
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has anybody seen a difference does suddenly transportation work better because we were just short on personnel? >> what he said, what he campaigned on, the reason he's losing independents and liberals is because what he said and what he did are two different things from the nsa scandals going through, you name t it's really getting to those people that are independents an liberals. >> congressman schock. >> i'm thinking if he has relatives struggling, we point out to our daughters, you have cousins struggling. what a cheap skate. he can't help out his own cousins struggling and spread the wealth around because it's his patriotic duty. >> not only are they not generous. when they are, they're generous with other people's money. they're not good at being generous. i share the president's vision. i want to help people that are struggling. that want to better themselves that are looking for work, that are out of work, that are unemployed. the problem is, his policies
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don't work. we've had five years of real life implementation of far left wing policies. they don't work. just look at the states. why does my home state of illinois, the president's home state have twice the unemployment of iowa, with the republican governor, wisconsin with a republican governor, michigan and indiana with republican governors. the states and republican conservative policies speak for themselves. >> guys, thank you both for being with us. coming up next, we're going to take a walk down memory lane and play for you what the great ronald reagan once said about socialized medicine. quick programming note. 9:00 eastern tomorrow night for a special audience edition of "hannity." we'll have an audience full of business owners, doctors, to talk about the controversial health care law. can we dee fund this as the continuing resolution debate begins. later tonight. >> this is how ridiculous this got. if fox news was around years ago
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when anti-semitism was part of mainstream, i have no doubt they'd be pro segregation to get viewers in the civil rights movement. >> believe it or not, the man you heard from is a frequent guest on cnn. he has articles published on their website. brent bozell will talk about that disgusting language to the left. the video of the day. option one comes to us courtesy of the king of late night. the highest rated host of late night. the guy that nbc is dumb enough to get rid of, jay leno. >> don't worry carlos danger is no more. ♪ he's out the door ♪ and now for sure that's why there's ocuvite to help replenish key eye nutrients. ocuvite has a unique formula not found in your multivitamin to help protect your eye health. ocuvite. help protect your eye health.
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intervention and health care could lead the country down a very slippery slope. >> one of the traditional methods of imposing statism or socialism on a people has been by way of medicine. it's very easy to disguise a medical program as a humanitarian project. most people are a little reluctant to oppose anything that suggests medical care for people who possibly can't afford it. james madison in 1788 speaking to the virginia convention said, since the general civilization of mankind, i believe there are more instances of the abridgment of the freedom of the people by gradual and silent encroachment of those in power than by violent or sudden use and patience. now in our country under our free enterprise system, we have seen medicine reach the greatest height that is it has in any country in the world. today, the relationship between patient and doctor in this country is something to be envied anyplace. the privacy, the care that is
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given to a person, the right to choose a doctor, the right to go from one doctor to the other. but let's also look from the other side at the freedom the doctor loses. a doctor would be reluctant to say this. well, like you, i'm only a patient. so i can say it in his behalf. the doctor begins to lose freedoms. it's like telling a lie and one leads to another. first you decide that the doctor can have so many patients, equally divided by the government. then the doctors aren't equally divided geographically. so a doctor decides he wants to practice in one town and the government has to say to him, you can't live in that town, they already have enough doctors, you have to go someplace else. and from here it's only a short step to dictating where he will go. this is a freedom that i wonder whether any of us have the right to take from any human being. >> here was reaction, florida congressman connie mack and democratic strategist tara do you dell is back.
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there's a battle now to defund obama care. mike lee, marco rubio, rand paul, ted cruz and then some house members. but there's reluctance, there's resistance. you think it's the right thing to do? >> absolutely it's the right thing do. some on the left get upset when they count the number of times there's been a vote. what they don't like to do is tell people about support for obama care amongst democrats keeps falling and falling and falling. i think we need to keep pushing this, we need to keep the american people involved in the debate. having a vote on the floor of the house and in the senate is a good thing. i mean, people know that this bill is going to destroy jobs. it's going to hurt our economy and it fundamentally changes the relationship between government and the people of this country. >> you're shaking your head. >> is that a surprise? >> what's your opposition? it's costing three times what they originally said it was. they're also -- the cost at 46
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states, they'll see dramatic i increases in premiums. not the dramatic savings promised. and 30 million uninsured. that's not what the president said, is it? >> i'm not here to say it's a perfect bill. i've maintained it. one of the things the president doesn't get credit for is he's been willing to actually make adjustments to the bill as things don't work out as well as he expected them to. any other owe. >> not enforce it? >> any other situation, someone would be commended for being willing to make adjustments to a bill. >> i gave you three promises the president made. >> okay. >> $2500 savings per family. every american will have insurance. those aren't true. it's $3 trillion. >> i don't know about that. i'm not sure about that estimate. what i do know is that 2.5 million young adults now have health care coverage who did not have it. >> you're not answering my question. >> i'm telling the other side of the story. you cited some things. i'm citing other statistics. the other statistics i would like to share, if i may.
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>> you may. >> in addition to that, what we do know is, interestingly enough, you played that clip from ronald reagan. ronald reagan in 1986 signed the law in place that required hospitals and emergency rooms to take people regardless of whether they had the ability to pay. what has happened as a result of that is that we're all paying for people to go to the emergency room and use it as their first point of care. obama care corrects that issue. >> sean, with all due respect, didn't answer one of the questions. this is what's frustrating about this debate. i would have to take exception with this. the president is not interested in listening to ideas from our side. i mean, look, i've been in that room, i've been in the congress. i've seen what happens. the president is detached from the congress. he's not interested to listen to any other ideas. it's his way or the highway. you know, look, when you go back and talk about ronald reagan, this is a man that stood up for freedom around the world, stood up for what he believed in and
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then the left likes to go after him as someone who didn't know what he was talking about when we can go back and look at clips like you brought in today. >> the president sold this one way. said, $900 billion. now the latest cbo estimate is $2.8 trillion. then, of course, people, 164% increase in california, 88 in ohio. most states are seeing dramatic increases in premiums. >> sean, what's interesting about this -- businesses are now making the decision that they might have to put people on part-time instead of full-time because they can't afford it. everything the president promised, remember he said, if you like your health care, you can keep it? what did we hear today from the acting director of the irs. we like our health care and with obama care we're not able to keep it. we want to keep what we have. >> another broken promise. that's a great point. your reaction. >> people are -- yes, they can keep it. >> what about the irs individual today that said, is furious they're going to be funneled into the system. >> they're going to be funneled
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on to the exchanges. but it's still a health care system. >> they're not keeping their health care. >> so government should be leading by example. if government -- this is government employees. the other time you think government employees should be subject to everybody else's rules. the government employees are now going to be in some instances part of the -- there's nothing wrong with that. >> we tried to do that. and the democrats ran -- paul ryan is really glad to hear you say that. because you're agreeing with his legislation. >> i think congress, i think members of congress should be in the exchanges. >> what we tried to do is make sure that everybody in the united states has an opportunity at the same health care coverage that the members of congress have and the democrats said no. >> oh, that's the -- the republican party has -- the reason why the bill has had the problems that it's had is because the republicans, rather than helping and working, run a fear and smear campaign against this. there are a lot of positive things. if you have a small business
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with 25 employees or less, you're eligible for a tax credit. you like tax credits. you get 35% tax credit with 25 employees or less. >> they want old people and young children and the elderly to fend for themselves. that's what democrats want. >> how do we want them to fend for themselves when we're giving them opportunity to purchase health insurance -- >> obama said that. >> more affordable rate. we want to let people purchase health insurance or more affordable rate. that makes us terrible. >> the idea that somehow young people who work in let's say the restaurant industry are being told we can't put you on full-time. >> 20 hours at burger king, to at mcdonald's. >> what percentage? that's two people. two companies. >> white castle, i can go through a whole list of them. we'll have a special tomorrow night on this. coming up next on "hannity." >> he said he loved you? >> yeah, he did. we talked a lot. i mean, we talked basically every day while this was going on. sometimes multiple times a day.
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welcome back to "hannity." after breaking her silence last week, disgraced ex-congressman anthony weiner -- sidneyleters was a guest on my radio show.
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even revealed what mr. weiner said about little old me. how did i come up in this conversation? take a look. >> were you shocked after everything he had gone through he was still doing all this? >> oh, completely. especially once he sent me graphic photos, i was just completely baffled that he would be willing to put himself out there in such a way. i mean, that's when i knew something is wrong, you know. something is off there if he cannot stop this behavior. there's some impulse control problem there that he needs help for, i think. >> you know, i've used those exact words that, how can he be mayor if he's got impulse control issues. >> yes. >> did he send those photos unsolicited to you? >> yes, he sure did. that was his own doing. i never asked for those. >> isn't that creepy? >> it really is. the whole situation is creepy in hindsight. i really don't know what i was thinking. i mean, it's embarrassing. that's part of why i tried to
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stay anonymous in the beginning. this isn't something that most people would want to be known for, you know. >> yeah. when did you start having phone conversations with him? >> last summer. july of last summer. >> i've got to believe he initiated that as well? >> he did. i never once called him. he always called me. >> and these were explicit conversations. we could identify them as phone sex is that accurate? >> yes, it is. >> so he would really -- this was a big exciting relationship for you. he said he loved you? >> yeah. he did. we talked a lot. basically talked every day. sometimes multiple times a day. >> how did my name come up in these discussions? that's kind of creeping me out. >> it is strange. okay. what had happened was as i said, we did have some normal conversations. i had asked him once basically something to the effect of like who is your least favorite republican. but i really was meaning,
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thinking he'll say someone that he worked with a colleague, right? but he actually said you. i wasn't expecting that. i expected it to be someone he had worked with. >> did you ask him why? >> yeah. he said you were a [ bleep ] basically. >> listen, i guess he knows all about these things. that's his anatomy. i don't think he liked the fact that i used to get the better of him. >> oh, i'm sure. because he has a huge ego. if he's not the center of the attention, then you're not bowing down to him, he doesn't want any part of it. >> here with reaction, former miss america, and fox news contributor julie rig inski. what's your reaction to that? >> unfortunately, we've seen this train wreck of a campaign, more and more details come out, the larger the issues grow, he needs help. he doesn't need to be in the new york city mayoral race. he needs to be reconciling with his wife. he lied about it after. when he was on -- he was doing a
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people magazine spread, doing this photo-op with his family saying he was a reformed sinner, a changed man. yet, he was carrying on this relationship as we see from her own words. he needs help. >> she said he would call him for phone sex five times a day sometimes. >> can i ask you a question? you're now part of sexting history, my friend. there was sexting about sean hannity. how does that make you feel? >> like i need a shower. >> let's analyze that. >> he remind me of a flasher and no rain coat. >> he's troubled. this goes above and beyond sort of i cheated on my wife or did something like that. he obviously can't stop. somebody, i don't know his wife well but met her several times. she's a lovely woman. they have a 20-month-old son. for the sake of his wife and son, he's got to stop. get off the stage and stop. >> it was interesting that i found, sidney was intelligent, loved politics at the age of 23. you're young, you love politics.
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understood issues. and it seemed like she just got infatuated. she takes full responsibility. >> i think this speaks to interesting issue about young women in this college age. you have girls that are getting incredible educations. they have more opportunities than any other time in history. they are brilliant and bright like this young woman is. yet, they fall vulnerable to exploiting themselves or putting them in that situation online and it's not just her. they're mimicking celebrity behaviors. this is a trend for women with potential to make their name on qualities that are outside of their physical appearance. yet, they're doing this and it's a horrible example for young people. it's very sad. >> that's absolutely true. i have to say, having worked in d.c. and politics for a very long time, there are -- there's a whole group of young women who are attracted to power and attracted to men who are powerful and men who will say i'll make something of you.
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it's based around this phenomenon. to say he took advantage of her, i'm not so sure. >> she didn't think so. she took responsibility. >> and she should. but having said all that, she is -- >> she's sul culpable. >> i feel bad about the wife and the kid. >> that's what he should feel bad about t the part to me that's striking it, again, he wants to engage in this behavior as a single guy. i frankly wouldn't want to marry somebody like that. you've got a kid. the kid is going to open the newspaper when he can learn to read and read this about his father. which had never been the case had he not gotten back into politics. enough. do the right thing. >> and he has the name weiner. >> where is the shame anymore. people in high positions used to do something that was reprehensible as this is. they would feel remorse and step down. but he committed this act. he committed adultery and then -- i mean, some people would say, sexting isn't adultery.
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but he did this. >> do you think it's adultery? >> i tend to think yes. when you're engaging in that illicit sexual behavior with a woman outside of your marriage vows, that's adultery. it begins in the mind. >> i agree with your definition. >> i don't know what his definition is. >> you know what he was doing on the other end of that phone. >> unfortunately, we all know. look -- >> by the way, isn't somebody who does that a creep and psycho perv. doesn't that gross you out? >> it grosses me out. >> if it were my husband, we probably wouldn't be married anymore. however, i don't want to get involved in what's going on between him and his wife. i don't want to judge and whatever else. >> forget about judging. if he did that to your 22-year-old daughter, wouldn't that creep you out? >> yeah, it would. >> creepy. >> it would creep me out. however, i don't want to pre judge -- >> for him to think of his kid.
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enough. >> it sets an interesting standard i think too for men in politics. they don't have to resign anymore. he's not stepping back. he doesn't have position to resign. now you see the incident of the san diego mayor, bob filner. i'm going to therapy. which is great. please go to therapy. then he's like then i'm going back to the office. i'm not going to resign. step down. >> pay for -- you didn't give me sexual harassment training. >> i never got sexual harassment training. >> in kindergarten, you learn not to touch somebody who doesn't want to be touched. >> for all you nuts who need help, get help, please for the sake that we don't have to cover this again. coming up next on "hannity." ted cruz is going after fellow republicans for not supporting a government shutdown over obama care. let's just say he's a political terrorist on this one. >> unbelievable. the language to the left is getting worse and worse. there's no limit to the despicable, disgusting rhetoric
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welcome back to "hannity." time for media mash. our weekly roundup 6 all the ways mainstream media put spin on the news. we're about to show you the language used on the left is at an all-time low and disgusting rhetoric has no limit. president of the research media center, brent bozell. sir, how are you? >> brother hannity, how are we tonight? >> we're good. let's go to the stephanie miller show that very few people listen to. there are a few that monitor it. and frequent cnn guest goes on to talk about claiming he's thankful that fox viewers are dying off. and then he explains why. >> i'm not kidding. this is how ridiculous it's gotten. if fox news was around when anti-semitism was part of mainstream, i have no doubt they'd be anti-semitic to get viewers. pro segregation to get viewers.
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they feed to the worst element of our society. thankfully, their viewers are dying off. >> they would probably still be in black and white if they could. wouldn't even be in color to prove a point. >> white. >> no black. >> really? you have a conservative point of view. let's see, you're anti-semitic, pro segregation. these are the lies we get every campaign. what is your reaction? just typical? >> well, no i think you're right. it's being ratcheted up. we're going to see other examples in a minute. this guy is a person who is a guest, he's a toast of the town of cnn. msnbc. harry smith calls him a congenial fellow. polite, praises him. he spews this kind of bile against fox news. we're not going to deny it and say we're not anti-semitic. of course he knows it isn't the truth. they not only distort, they not
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only employ character assassination. they lie with complete abandon. what would happen if cnn brought on a jewish comic that made this kind of comment, made anti-muslim comments about cnn? >> i think it's obvious. right? >> do you remember when governor palin and the whole targeted districts thing came up, which bob beck he will claims that he helped create. listen to the chris matthews labeling ted cruz as well as mike lee and rand paul terrorists. listen to this. >> ted cruz is going after fellow republicans for not supporting a government shutdown over obama care. let's just say he's a political terrorist on this one. finally, let me finish with the political terrorists of the right. their names are cruz, paul and lee. >> political terrorists. i mean, are they that desperate that they're trying to spike
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their falling ratings that they'll say anything now? >> well, i said today to cruz, lee and rubio this morning as a matter of fact, i told them that when you are attacked this viciously and this personally, it means you're doing something right. because -- this is not liberal anymore, sean. this is radicalism. i'm not calling them liberals. there's a certain decency that doesn't exist with the radicals. to hear chris matthews six times call united states senators haters and this is the man who then turns around and says that he wished he could put a c 02 pellet in rush limbaugh's head and watch it explode. he comes from a network that wished for the death of dick cheney. he's going to call conservatives haters? >> let me play the clip you're referring to. that's loaded up too. no shortage of material from nbc news and mr. thrill up his leg obama gachl himself. chris matthews.
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let's roll that tape you're talking about. >> i said it before, i'm saying it again. there are too many people in the american right who hate the notion of barack obama in the white house. have haters ever stopped hating him? when we got bin laden, when the stock market doubling. doubling every 401k. making all the haters richer, twice as rich as when bush left us stranded with a drooping scary economy. did they ever look up and say well, i'll give him this one? no, no, no. you can discount it all. say it's not about race or whatever. you can say it, but think about this. all the criticisms from the haters about african-americans generally, all the years of your life and think about this man's life, about how hardest worked, how he's achieved so highly in school, how he's married so well and so faithfully. how he's fathered two great daughters and protected them. been a truly great father to them, a true partner in his marriage. treated his office with respect and dignity, never once let us down with his personal behavior.
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yet, they hate him. >> i mean, why don't you just go to the white house and kiss him on the lips and just hug the man you're so in love with him? it's gross. >> but this is -- i mean, the audience needs to know this. this is the epitome of character assassinati assassination. chris matthews knows, he absolutely knows for a fact that there's not one scintilla of evidence, not one to show that whether ted cruz or any other conservative that there's any personal hatred for barack obama or his family or anything else. this is just viciousness from the radicals. going back to the other quote, when he's talking about ted cruz being a terrorist, even david axelrod, his guest broke from that. david axelrod told him not to say that. he doubled down and rye perepead it. >> it's very interesting.
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chris, we'll send a message to him. we care about the $8 trillion in new obama debt and millions of americans on food stamps and 11 million more americans on disability, care about an economy that's not growing, a recovery has not happened. we care about a foreign policy that's not working as well. it's substance. but i guess that's too much for his -- >> something else, sean hannity. you care about a sense of civility and he doesn't. >> brent bozell, brother -- i like the glasses. they look pretty good. >> thanks for being with us. >> i'm not blind. coming up here on "hannity." >> you got obama -- >> everybody in cleveland, got obama phone. keep obama in president, you know. >> remember her from the 2012 presidential election. what we're about to tell you will make your blood boil. contributor from the national review wanted to see how easy it was to get her hand on a so-called obama phones and she got not one, not two, but three
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a dance class or a $5 gift card with purchase of a specially marked pack. go to for details. you got obama phone? >> everybody minority got obama phone. keep obama in president, you know. he gave us a phone. >> he gave you a i phone? how did he do that? >> you sign up, you on social security, food stamps, you got low income, disability. >> remember that from the 2012 presidential campaign telling everyone about her obama phone? well, a national review contributor recently learned firsthand that you need not receive any government benefits to get a free taxpayer funded phone. during her investigation, the reporter applied for obama phones in more than one location. she entered her truthful information, insurance information and despite the fact that she did not qualify in any way, shape, matter or form, she racked up three shiny new obama
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phones in no time. there was reaction. fox news political analyst angela mcgowan and gentlemen mu green is with us. >> i'm laughing -- that video, that woman in that video, bless her heart, she is out of her mind. what the heck is an obama phone? there are these phones that have been given to welfare recipients. >> obama phone. >> for over a decade. >> she's 1984. >> nothing to do with it. obama has nothing to do with it. there's no taxpayer funding involved in it. >> excuse me. >> i don't know where she's getting this from. >> jehmu, what world are you living in? >> reality. the real world. >> it was a lifeline program that was created in 1984 where the government wanted people to have access to phones. having said that, in 2008 -- >> was obama president in 1984?
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>> if you'd let me finish, then you'd find out. if you let me finish, then you'll be educated on something. in 2008 the program was expanded. after obama took office, program went from paying tax dollars, $822 million to $2.1 billion. the fcc oversee this is program jehmu and thu found in auditing their providers, 13.8 million people received these phones, 6 million people were not eligible. >> angela, there's no taxpayer money involved in this. this was a program -- >> who is paying for it then? who pays for it? >> this was a program that was started under president bush. >> who pays for it? >> it was linked to a grant from a company set up under president clinton that was founded, this company, the legacy of that company actually started under -- >> who pays for it?
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>> where do we get the money from jehmu? >> wait a second. wait a second. hang on. >> we just put it away in an escrow account. is that where it was? >> if we spend 2.2 -- give me a break here. you spend $2.2 billion a year. >> sean? >> you said taxpayers -- >> who is we? it's not taxpayers. >> excuse me. excuse me. >> there's a company, there's a corporation -- >> where does that money come from? >> from cell phone users. >> i got it. where does it come from? >> we should get rid of the fraud and talk about how should this cell phone company, this foundation that -- >> who pays the money you won't answer that question. >> the taxpayers pay for it. it's not a private company. it's taxpayers that pay for it. >> this is not a federal government program. >> see, they're paying for it. >> federal assistance. >> why are you calling it obama phones? what does he have -- >> she called it obama phones. i didn't name it. >> the program was a lifeline
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program created in 1984, ju jehmu with this administration -- >> it's called safe link. >> go ahead jehmu. do your monologue, sweetie, go ahead. >> we should address the fraud, the private company that is are involved in facilitating this program and who have put out their marketers to try to get as many people into this program. >> go ahead, angela. >> thank you, sean. >> jehmu, give us a break. >> unfair, untrue. >> down right kind of dirty. >> angela, go ahead. >> how about that, you can have your monologue. move to vegas. >> angela, last word. >> angela. >> the bottom line is this, sean. public assistance has expanded under this administration. when you have so many people receiving federal funding, welfare, public assistance, you're going to have fraud. it's a noble program, but we need to audit it. >> we ought not be spending or
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show? only nbc. how dumb are they? isn't that dumb. you all agree, right? dumb. >> that is all the time we have left this evening. as always, thank you for being with us. let not your heart be troubled. here's greta. tonight, president obama might want to call his ablgting irs director because even he says he doesn't want obama care. >> this is not a hearing. this is a battle. >> no matter what our colleagues try to say to whisk this issue away, the government was intimidating people and targeting them based upon their political views much that's not phony. that's real. >> for two months we've heard nonstop complaints against them being corrupt and incompetent. despite that, the only politically motivated act was the republicans request that the i.g. focus only on the treatment of conservative groups.


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